As Gore & Bradley battle it out & George W. Bush amasses yet more funds, In Pursuit of the White House 2000 is published in time for the run up to elections in 2000. The book's distinctive, primary focus on choosing presidential nominees, provides detailed information about the vital components of the process, such as, the New Hampshire primary, televised candidate debates, inter-party unity, the role of women, the vice-presidency & political consultants, & the new rules for 2000. Mayer's accessible & nontechnical approach, plus his use of the most current & cutting-edge research, makes In Pursuit of the White House 2000 a must-read for all observers of the race to become president.
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